New report explains how systems will improve 5G capabilitiesAugust 22, 2019
The new report, Advanced Antenna Systems for 5G, identifies how AAS will be commercialized, provides technical details into the increasing complexity of wireless antenna systems, and illustrates how they are central to the development and deployment of 5G networks.
5G Americas white paper on the connected future of IoTJuly 17, 2019
The report explores the market drivers and technology solutions for IoT trends in verticals and applications, and an overview of developments in global standards for cellular IoT.
Rogers and Communitech announce new 5G Innovation LabJuly 17, 2019
The new Waterloo, Ont. lab, opening in September 2019, will accelerate and launch smart city, IoT and enterprise 5G applications.
Rogers investing in NB-IoT network technologyMay 23, 2019
The technology is best used for asset monitoring, industrial automation, smart meters and smart cities.
Ericsson opening 5G incubator in Silicon ValleyApril 23, 2019
Currently under construction and expected to open in the summer of 2019, the 5G-connected facility will bring multiple core capabilities together under one roof.
Intelligent Structural PanelsMarch 4, 2019
A Canadian-designed solution for constructing the next-generation of smart buildings.
Q&A with Cisco Canada’s Bill MacGowanMarch 3, 2019
“There is a firm belief now that buildings are going to move off of AC power to low-voltage DC power systems. And that gets very interesting.”
Telco Smart Trends Report: IoT security drives need for Closed Loop AutomationFebruary 21, 2019
The report also highlights that IoT and security, fueled by the onset of 5G, will be key drivers for CLA adoption.
Nokia conducts first field trial of probabilistically shaped wavelengths in fiber opticFebruary 7, 2019
The high level of performance and flexibility will enable maximum capacity of every network fiber, ensuring their fiber optic backbone network will meet the demands of video traffic and 5G mobile broadband.
Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson demonstrate fiber-like results with wireless backhaulJanuary 11, 2019
A milestone in the evolution from today’s 10Gbps reality toward the 100Gbps future, the partners achieved four times greater data throughput (40Gbps) compared to current commercial millimeter wave solutions to prove the commercial viability of future wireless backhaul technology.